Hotel Le Forum

50 Route de Bischwiller, Schiltigheim, Strasbourg, 67300, France
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by 319721

why should we stay away from theyre? are there some sort of fighs going on or something??

Re: why?

by ghosthunter

Yes there is absolutely nothing in the news that tells me of any trouble in Strasbourg. Hop on the plane & see for yourself.

Re: why?

by LaurensC

What do you mean ???


by kiwi

Likely this member has been reading the Warnings tips on Strasbourg and clicked on "Post a Question" which leads here. It seems like a question out of the blue but it will be asking about a warning they have read.

Re: why?

by Beausoleil

When there are demonstrations in the rest of France, there are usually demonstrations in Strasbourg. So far as I know, nothing is happening right now. We've been in Strasbourg during a couple demonstrations and it's simple to just walk a block out of your way and avoid them.

Right now don't worry about it. Go and enjoy the Christmas markets.

Re: why?

by jamesfmunro

I can't think a safer city than Strasbourg...

Travel Tips for Strasbourg

A walk around the town .....

by MEdelmann

.... is always recommendable thing to do when you have only short time. So also in Strasbourg. There are really some pretty houses in the city centre! Doesn´t it look great?

But a walk around the town is also a great thing even when you have more time. You will see a lot of interesting details, like this nice house in the picture on your left.

Just click on it to see all the interesting and wonderful details ...

Le Petite France, Terrasse

by bugulma

A few meters from the Covered Bridges, just opposite, is the Vauban Barrage. It permitted to flood the whole south front of the city when necessary and was constructed in approximately 1690 by Tarade, according to the plans of the military engineer Vauban. At the summit of the building is a pleasant panoramic terrace, from which one can contemplate the city skyline and its channels. Besides it is a ind of entrance to Le Petite France district from Western part of the city. The entrance is available free from 9 am till 7.30 pm.

Here the recipe of the 'TARTE...

by Angela74

Here the recipe of the 'TARTE FLAMBEE', which is a typical plate in Strasbourg:
Chop an onion and lightly in butter until brown. Mix with 40 cl. fresh cream, salt, pepper and nutmeg. Fry 80 g. of smoked lardons (bacon) Spread 150 g. of dough on an oven dish, and fill with the onion cream mixture. Baste with a tablespoon of colza oil and sprinkle with lardons. Bake in the oven at a high temperature.

History enthusiasts will want...

by vilkas

History enthusiasts will want to see the Maginot line, the line of fortifications built by the French along the German border in the 1930s to prevent a Nazi invasion - and spectacularly outflanked in 1940. The remains of the line are still visible in many places. Probably the easiest to get to from Strasbourg is the Markolsheim Casemate: 'Casemate of Markolsheim - Also - Memorial of the Ligne Maginot du Rhin - Located south of the village of the same name, turn off D468 just south of the village. Casemate 35/3 is located along the road to the Rhine River crossing into Germany. Open from 15 March to 15 June and from 15 September to 15 November, every Sunday. From 15 June to 15 September, it is open every day.' Details from the Maginot Line webpage.

Train. We travelled from...

by steventilly

Train. We travelled from London to Strasbourg via Paris. We used Eurostar (highly recommended) to get to Paris gare de Nord, then an 'ordinary' train to get from Gare de l'Est (next door to gare de Nord - no hassle changing) to Strasbourg. This part of the journey was quite slow, 4 1/2 hours, as it's not a TGV line.


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